›57 seconds: Check for understanding and discuss the equation for the coefficient of thermal expansion.
› 3 minutes, 2 seconds: Have students brainstorm and share ways to calculate the change in volume before the video explains the method.
› 3 minutes, 59 seconds: Have students think about how they can solve for the coefficient of thermal expansion and try to calculate the answer.
› 6 minutes, 33 seconds: Have students think about how to determine sea level rise based on the change in volume.
› 7 minutes, 2 seconds: Have students solve for the sea level rise due to thermal expansion if the temperature was .3°C and .4°C.
› 7 minutes, 41 seconds: Have students make observations about the bar graph.
› 9 minutes, 4 seconds: Ask students what the graph shows; have a volunteer come to the board to draw or indicate the trend line of the graph.